Trans at Princeton
For the past ten years, members of the Princeton University administration have been working thoughtfully and carefully trying to improve services and support for transgender students as well as streamline processes to make the experience easier for those who transition. Princeton is considered a leader among colleges and universities for our support for transgender and genderqueer students and was recently featured in the Advocate as a Top 10 Trans-Friendly University. Although Princeton has many great things to offer, we still have a ways to go to improve our services, resources, and campus climate for trans members of our community. This is a continued work in progress.
The resources below are intended to offer information for you, answer questions you may have, and make the process easier. If you prefer, you may contact Debbie Bazarsky, Director of the LGBT Center, or Andy Cofino, Program Coordinator of the LGBT Center, as they will answer any questions and help you navigate systems. If you come across any road blocks on campus or know of changes or incorrect information on this page, please let the staff at the LGBT Center know, and we will look into and follow up with you.
This guide is divided into four sections: